Our favorite hardcover notebook in a salmon-and-blue color scheme.
Our favorite hardcover notebook now comes in three sizes: Pocket (small), Flagship (medium original), and Plus (large).
Every line in this limited-edition notebook is hand-drawn, and while some cooperate, others are downright unruly. Designed to inspire thinkers to bend the rules and follow even their most meandering ideas.
A custom collector’s journal, complete with facts about time and watchmaking, a section for listing your “grail watches” (we all have them), and more.
Baron Fig’s new softcover notebook, which comes in two colors and three sizes.
A limited edition notebook for makers, created in collaboration by two of our favorite startups.
An 18″ x 24″ print to be hung in your home or workspace, which acts as a constant reminder to slow down and be present during your creative process.
Dot-grid on the left, blank on the right. It’s all about balance
A limited-edition set of Baron Fig’s Apprentice pocket notebooks, inspired by Mother Nature.
Baron Fig’s first-ever matching set of limited edition notebooks, celebrating their first birthday as a company.
We’ve written a lot about Baron Fig products in the past, but they’ve always had one negative: their products weren’t free. Today, we are solving that problem. We have three Baron Fig Confidant notebooks (Dot Grid, Ruled, and Blank) and three Baron Fig Apprentice packs to giveaway. If one of your 2015 goals was to write more, these giveaways will get you on the right path.
Limited edition pocket notebooks to celebrate the new year.
Baron Fig’s new limited-edition Confidant makes a fine addition to any notebook lovers’ collection.
Yesterday we posted an interview with our friends at Baron Fig. Today, we’re giving away one of their Dot Grid Confidant notebooks and one 3-pack of their Dot Grid Apprentice, pocket-sized notebooks. At the end of the week we’ll be picking two people — one from our newsletter list and one from our Twitter followers. If you’re signed up for our newsletter,…
We met up with the guys behind the Baron Fig notebook brand to hear about how they got in to the journal-making business and what things look like behind the scenes.
A low-profile briefcase that carries just enough digital and analog tools to get your daily work done.